December 2, 2023

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MA DEP)

Massachusetts DEP
Mass. Stakeholders Debate the Scope of Clean Heat Standard
Massachusetts energy providers, consumers and climate advocates presented contrasting visions of what solutions should be included in a clean heat standard.
Office of Gov. Charlie Baker
Massachusetts Governor Swears in Energy and Environment Secretary
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker swore in Beth Card as the new Energy and Environmental Affairs secretary.
Ciel et Terre International
Environmentalists Hesitant About Floating Solar in Mass. Ponds, Reservoirs
Mike Marsch with BlueWave Solar says that floating solar is necessar to build out renewable energy at the capacity needed.
Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station
Lawsuit Questions Feasibility of Gas Turbine for Enbridge Compressor Station
Enbridge says using a gas-fired turbine for the Weymouth Compressor station is more cost-effective than an electric motor, but stakeholders disagree.
Nonprofit Plans River-source Geothermal in Eastern Mass.
The Home Energy Efficiency Team wants to use thermal energy from Massachusetts' Merrimack River to heat homes, an alternative to natural gas.
Mass. Ditches Subsidies for Biomass Power Plants
Massachusetts has proposed new state regulations that make it harder for biomass power plants to qualify for renewable energy subsidies.
Mass. DEP, Biomass Developer Tussle over Permit
Palmer Renewable Energy has appealed Massachusetts DEP's decision to revoke approval of the developer's biomass power plant.

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